Krakota – End Of The Line (feat. Benji Clements)

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Sea Air

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Meridian

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – In The Area (feat. Lifford)

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow London Elektricity:

http://www.londonelektricity.com/ https://www.facebook.com/londonelektricity https://twitter.com/LondonElek http://www.mixcloud.com/londonelek/ http://instagram.com/londonelek

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Elastic

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Weirdos & Creepers (feat. ILLAMAN)

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – North Winds

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:
http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Samphire

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:
http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Carmine

The debut Skankandbass event has been announced and is taking place at The Nest in London, 28th September.
Tickets are available here: http://bit.ly/SNB-TIX // confirm your attendance Facebook, here: http://bit.ly/SNBL-FB

Buy Link: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemSN

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Krakota:
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota

Hospital Records:
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords
http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords

———- Skankandbass Links ———-

W: http://skankandbass.com/
FB: http://facebook.com/skankandbass
TW: http://twitter.com/skankandbass
SC: http://soundcloud.com/skankandbass
IG: http://instagram.com/skankandbass
SP: http://spoti.fi/29gDYXE

Krakota – Turn Of Fate

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Half Life

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Powder Coated (feat. London Elektricity)

Buy / Stream Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow London Elektricity:

http://www.londonelektricity.com/ https://www.facebook.com/londonelektricity https://twitter.com/LondonElek http://www.mixcloud.com/londonelek/ http://instagram.com/londonelek

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Colour The Past (feat. Karina Ramage) [Official Video]

Buy Album & Download Colour The Past Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Vocals:

https://www.facebook.com/karinaramagepage/

Follow Krakota:

http://krakota.com/
https://www.facebook.com/Krakota



http://instagram.com/krakota

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Strange System (Mini-Mix)

Pre-Order Here: https://Krakota.lnk.to/StrangeSystemyb

Following a string of successful releases Krakota is back with a massive 14-track collection. ‘Strange System’ marries heavy distortion with razor-sharp clarity, crossing and colouring the black and white lines of drum & bass with his versatile style and slick production. His debut album stands tall and proud shouting his individual sound. Never underestimate Krakota, he’s full of surprises!

In ‘Colour Of The Past’ Krakota simultaneously tugs at the heartstrings and hits hard in the face with vocals brought by new finding Karina Ramage. The French-Scottish-English songwriter was a surprise find by label boss Chris Goss as he discovered her busking on London’s South Bank. Another clear highlight is his partnering with our second label boss for ‘Powder Coated’ – the perfect mix of London Elektricity soul and Krakota power.

‘Half Life’ is a reminder back to the massive dancefloor damage caused by ‘Ice Hands’, ‘Ghosts’ and ‘Xylo’ last year. Its gritty split of siren calls and deep bouncing bass hits in all the right places. Krakota’s musical edge shows in ‘Elastic’ with funk flare and horns hailing. ‘North Winds’ and ‘Turn of Fate’ blend arcade style synth work with crackles of white noise.

A consistently brilliant producer, Krakota’s carved out his own style over the past few years getting his name noticed on dancefloors around the UK and Europe. He’s received support from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Friction and well remembered for his tear out live mix on BBC Radio 1Xtra’s Soundclash in 2015. His solitary stance in the drum & bass world has been making waves and that’s sure to continue with his outstanding debut album ‘Strange System’.

Follow Hospital Records:

http://hospitalrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/Hospitalrecords

http://instagram.com/hospitalrecords
http://play.spotify.com/user/hospitalrecords
http://www.google.com/+HospitalRecords

Krakota – Ice Hands

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/19icehands Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/18icehands Google Play: http://hospi.tl/20icehands

Krakota – Ice Hands

Following on from “Xylo”, Krakota’s “Ice Hands” and “Ghosts” duo brings a chillingly cold welcome to the second chapter of his Hospital release story. With both tracks delivering enslaving bass-lines that quickly seize your undivided attention, going hand-in-hand to display his ear-grabbing talent and sophisticated skill. A single that revitalises the darkened corners of drum and bass and slaps you with an over whelming urge to hit your nearest dance floor.

“Ice Hands”, Evoking sci-fi inspired scenes that lull you into a false sense of security before a sudden turn. Submerging you in a deep pit of quick punching synths with complex drum-patterns that let you get lost. A track that teases the ear, discovering new found levels with each play.

The futuristic sounds of “Ghosts” surround you with a sense of the supernatural. A progressive build of percussions creep up like a rocket ready to launch before dropping into an accompaniment of transfixing sub-bass and filthy synths that grab you and won’t let go. A track not only to keep your ears warm at night but ideal for any dance-floor, guaranteed to revive any 5AM fall downs.

Once more Bournemouth-based Sebastian Inwood has earned his stripes with a clear-cut Krakota sound running throughout. Recently dubbed as one of UKF’s “Ones To Watch” of 2015 “Ice Hands” and “Ghosts” deliver a full pelting reminder of why he’s continually turning heads, giving a taste of what’s to come from one of Hospital’s freshest signings in 2015.

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Krakota – Ghosts

iTunes: http://hospi.tl/19icehands Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/18icehands Google Play: http://hospi.tl/20icehands

Krakota – Ghosts

Following on from “Xylo”, Krakota’s “Ice Hands” and “Ghosts” duo brings a chillingly cold welcome to the second chapter of his Hospital release story. With both tracks delivering enslaving bass-lines that quickly seize your undivided attention, going hand-in-hand to display his ear-grabbing talent and sophisticated skill. A single that revitalises the darkened corners of drum and bass and slaps you with an over whelming urge to hit your nearest dance floor.

“Ice Hands”, Evoking sci-fi inspired scenes that lull you into a false sense of security before a sudden turn. Submerging you in a deep pit of quick punching synths with complex drum-patterns that let you get lost. A track that teases the ear, discovering new found levels with each play.

The futuristic sounds of “Ghosts” surround you with a sense of the supernatural. A progressive build of percussions creep up like a rocket ready to launch before dropping into an accompaniment of transfixing sub-bass and filthy synths that grab you and won’t let go. A track not only to keep your ears warm at night but ideal for any dance-floor, guaranteed to revive any 5AM fall downs.

Once more Bournemouth-based Sebastian Inwood has earned his stripes with a clear-cut Krakota sound running throughout. Recently dubbed as one of UKF’s “Ones To Watch” of 2015 “Ice Hands” and “Ghosts” deliver a full pelting reminder of why he’s continually turning heads, giving a taste of what’s to come from one of Hospital’s freshest signings in 2015.

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Hospitality 2015 Mini-Mix (Mixed by Nu:Tone)

Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/22hospitality2015 / iTunes: http://hospi.tl/23hospitality2015 / Google Play: http://hospi.tl/24hospitality2015 / iTunes US: http://hospi.tl/32hospitality2015

5 minutes of pure Drum & Bass bangers, put together by Hospital stalwart Nu:Tone.

Tracklist:

High Contrast “When The Drums Come In”
Royalston “Slimebanks VIP”
Metrik “Want My Love”
Lynx “Rim Shock”
Logistics “Version”
Urbandawn “Warp Drive”
Krakota “Xylo”
Krakota “Stepping Stones”
S.P.Y “Lost Orbit”
Fred V & Grafix “3D Glasses”
Nu:Tone “‘Til Dawn”
Zed Bias “Something About This”
Logistics “Triangles”
London Elektricity “Vapour Trails” LSB Remix

After a two year hiatus ‘Hospitality’ is back, and bigger than ever! This massive fifth instalment comes fresh from winning “Best Club Night” (for the fourth year running!) at the Drum&Bass Arena awards.

This time round the album has doubled in size, with not one but two full CD length mixes. Put together by Hospital stalwart Nu:Tone, who hits the turntables fresh from his recent album success with ‘Future History’ which reached no 7 in the iTunes dance chart.

Containing 22 brand new previously unreleased tracks, Hospitality 2015 features a full spectrum of D+B artists; from High Contrast to Icicle, from Hazard and Etherwood to Noisia, all flavours of D+B are covered in these two exhilarating mixes. With some superb remixes from the likes of Break, Logistics, Culture Shock and LSB also included – no stone is left unturned.

Exclusive unreleased tracks to the album include a special VIP edition of Nu:Logic’s ‘Everlasting Days’ which both Gresham brothers have been unleashing in recent sets, as well as a cheeky re-rub of legendary Zed Bias’s jungle classic ‘Something About This’.

Other exclusives come from D&BA best newcomer producer 2014 winner Maduk, as well as Technimatic, London Elektricity, Russ Chimes, Nu:Tone and more.

To celebrate 18 years of Hospital Records throughout 2014, Hospitality brought together thousands of people, who all shared the same love for music, in a series of worldwide events. Bringing Hospitality firmly into 2015, this compilation provides a panoramic snapshot of D+B and brings you the very best of Hospitality.

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The Hospital Records Christmas Podcast 2014

Here it is: The Hospital Christmas Podcast! Pour an eggnog (or a Tatra Tea), sit back and enjoy! Happy Christmas from Tony and everyone at Hospital Records!

Tracklist:

Deadmau5 “Avaritia” (Dimension bootleg)
Gorgon City “Ready For Your Love” (Etherwood remix)
Zinc “Show Me” (Calibre remix)
Keeno “Break The Silence”
Royalston “Kronos”
Noisia & Prolix “Asteroids”
Rockwell “IneedU
Ulterior Motive “Tape Pack”
Tokyo Prose “Kidman”
Nu:Tone “Back 2 U”
Urbandawn “Words To Say”
Krakota “Xylo”
Bop “Spiral”
Technimatic “Perseverance”
Fred V & Grafix “Major Happy” (Frederic Robinson remix)
S.P.Y “Perth Sunset”
Lana Del Rey “West Coast” (Camo & Krooked remix)
Dub Phizix “Buffalo”
S.P.Y “Dusty Fingers” (feat. Diane Charlemagne)
Logistics “As Sure As Sunrise” (feat, Hugh Hardie)
Nu:Tone “Tides” (feat. Lea Lea)

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Hospitality: We Are 18 @ Brixton Academy – 26th September 2014

As the culmination of our year long 18th birthday celebrations, we hit Brixton Academy for Hospitality: We Are 18. It was an amazing night and thanks to all those in attendance who made it so special! Keep an eye out for the next Hospitality announcement… http://www.hospitalitydnb.com/

See you next time!

Video by HotBeefSundae: http://hotbeefsundae.co.uk/

Music:

Krakota – Xylo: http://hospi.tl/14xylo

Metrik – Universal Language: http://hospi.tl/26universallanguage

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Krakota – Irregular [Full Version]

Pre-Order:
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/xylo
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/14xylo
Google Play: http://hospi.tl/15xylo

Debut release from Hospital’s latest signing Krakota sees the Bournemouth based youngster flex his musical muscles with two contrasting tracks of quality nu-school d+b magic.

Instantly recognisable thanks to it’s infectious percussive riff (the clue’s in the title), Xylo is a syncopated stepper which drops hard thanks to a rugged rumbling off beat sub.

Irregular switches the story with staccato synth work and angry angular beats.

With early releases on Critical, Ingredients, Subtitles and the mighty Playaz label, not to mention two tracks on Hospitals epic ‘We Are 18’ compilation at the start of this year, Krakota can count Friction, Fabio and Crissy Criss as fans.

Ingested into Hospital’s sonic hit squad earlier this year, alongside the likes of Reso and Lynx, Krakota becomes the latest signing to the label to unveil his first solo 12”, as Hospitals ‘Class of 2014’ steps up the game and look to follow the likes of Fred V & Grafix, Metrik and Etherwood with huge debut releases.

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Krakota – Xylo [Preview]

Pre-Order:
Hospital Shop: http://hospi.tl/xylo
iTunes: http://hospi.tl/14xylo
Google Play: http://hospi.tl/15xylo

Debut release from Hospital’s latest signing Krakota sees the Bournemouth based youngster flex his musical muscles with two contrasting tracks of quality nu-school d+b magic.

Instantly recognisable thanks to it’s infectious percussive riff (the clue’s in the title), Xylo is a syncopated stepper which drops hard thanks to a rugged rumbling off beat sub.

Irregular switches the story with staccato synth work and angry angular beats.

With early releases on Critical, Ingredients, Subtitles and the mighty Playaz label, not to mention two tracks on Hospitals epic ‘We Are 18’ compilation at the start of this year, Krakota can count Friction, Fabio and Crissy Criss as fans.

Ingested into Hospital’s sonic hit squad earlier this year, alongside the likes of Reso and Lynx, Krakota becomes the latest signing to the label to unveil his first solo 12”, as Hospitals ‘Class of 2014’ steps up the game and look to follow the likes of Fred V & Grafix, Metrik and Etherwood with huge debut releases.

Follow Krakota:

https://www.facebook.com/Krakota


https://www.mixcloud.com/tag/krakota/

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